Emergencies don’t stop, and we won’t stop answering the call. As everyone is encouraged to practice social distancing, and in some cases, self quarantine. We, and all first responders, will still be going to work. We will still be here for YOU. We do ask, that if you or anyone in your house, has flu like symptoms, or have had them in the past week, tell our dispatchers when you call 9-1-1. Help us stay safe so we can continue helping you! ... See MoreSee Less
Today is a day of congratulations for L-3762! We would also like to congralute the following on their transfer to a new position with Fauquier Fire & Rescue, EMS Supervisor.
Captain Rich Cluff, Captain Matthew Shields, and Captain Rob Smith, Congratulations on your appointment to EMS Supervisor!
Coming in the next month you might see a new vehicle roaming around Fauquier County. That vehicle will belong to our newly created position of EMS Supervisor. The EMS Supervisor is a Captain level position with an additional requirement of Paramedic. EMS Supervisors will allow us to expand our scope of prehospital care provided to those that are critically ill/injured. These individuals will also be a Command Officer, capable of assisting on large scale incidents. ... See MoreSee Less
L-3762 would like to congratulate the following members on their recent promotions! Lt. Donald Jackson promoted to Captain! Lt. Jonathan Frinks promoted to Acting Captain! Lt. Gordon Mackison promoted to Acting Captain! Acting Lt. Jeremiah Leonard promoted to Lieutenant! Technician II Matt Nugent promoted to Lieutenant! Technician II Brandon Reneau promoted to Lieutenant!
Over the past few years the Virginia Professional Fire Fighters have been working tirelessly in Richmond to pass better Workers Compensation Law. This year, we were successful. This week the VA General Assembly passed SB9 and HB783. What this means, is that firefighters across the Commonwealth, will no longer have the heavy burden of trying to pinpoint a specific incident in which they contracted cancer. Specifically being added to the list are Cancers of the Brain, Colon, and Testes. All types of cancers that it is know that firefighters are more likely to contract based on our exposure to toxic by products of combustion. ... See MoreSee Less